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Hard to believe "Jackie Robinson" is Ken Burns' 29th documentary for PBS. Far from mailing it in, the 62-year-old filmmaker seems to grow as a storyteller with each project. This one is a collaboration, with his daughter, Sarah Burns, and David McMaron also credited as executive producers. The four-hour film airs Monday and Tuesday night from
Usually, a gathering of professional skeptics is commonly referred to as "a newsroom." In January, I met a skeptic who made even cranky reporters gathered at the winter TCA press tour look unsuspecting: James "The Amazing" Randi. The Toronto-born magician was at the TCA press tour in Pasadena, Calif., promoting the documentary about his life:
Franco (left) and Gadon from 11.22.63 In January at the TCA winter press tour, Sarah Gadon said something that brought out the boomer in me. Gadon appears opposite James Franco in 11.22.63, a nine-hour limited series based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. The series premieres Wednesday, February 17 at 9 p.m. ET
Michael Gambon (left) stars in "Churchill's Secret" with Romola Garal, who plays the PM's nurse. Charles Sturridge (right) directs PASADENA, Calif.--Michael Gambon is an acclaimed Irish actor who never seems to stop working. Recent hits include the Harry Potter films and "The King's Speech." His latest, for PBS' Masterpiece, "is Churchill's Secret," which will premiere
PASADENA, Calif.--"Think of it as a bento box full of X-Files." That's how David Duchovny describes the new, six-episode mini-pack of The X-Files. The first episode premieres Sunday on Fox and CTV. Back in the day, Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, along with creator/executive producer Chris Carter, cranked out 24 episodes a year. They were originally
Not Santa and his attorney but The Amazing Randi and Bill Nye PASADENA, Calif.--"No matter how smart of well-educated you are, you can be deceived." That's the message delivered by James "The Amazing" Randi in The Independent Lens production "An Honest Liar." The entertaining and surprising doc airs March 28 on PBS. Not Randi, but
Mack Sennett (middle, flanked by Brioux and Taffel) looks good for 136. After a week or so watching a ton of brand new TCA offerings, I had to cleanse the palate by screening content from the silent era. Thanks to my LA archivist pal Stan Taffel, I had an opportunity to do just that at the premiere